The Lake Lugano House Uses Eco-Materials and Geothermal Energy
The Lake Lugano House has two sections on alternating levels that embrace the natural topography of the land. If you're wondering what exactly makes this house "eco," consider that the Lake Lugano House was built with eco-friendly materials, uses geothermal energy, has special insulation with low-emission and boasts an extensive rooftop garden!
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